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IILF set to return in 2023

Although no official announcement has been made yet, ILM understands that the India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO), in collaboration with Indian Council for Leather Exports (CLE), is planning to host the India International Leather Fair in 2023.

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ITPO plans to extend Chennai fairground site

Rajesh Agrawal, Executive Director, India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO), has said that plans have been approved to extend the Chennai Trade and Convention centre, which hosts the India International Leather Fair (IILF).

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Indian Ministry to inaugurate IILF

Mahendra Nath Pandey, India’s Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, is to inaugurate the upcoming edition of the India International Leather Fair (IILF) to be held in Chennai on February 1 – 3.

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‘Greening the leather theme’ to IILF 2019

The 34th edition of the India International Leather Fair (IILF) was officially opened by Thiru. O Panneerselvam, Honourable Deputy Chief Minister, Tamil Nadu, at the Chennai Trade Centre in Chennai on January 31. The theme of this year’s fair is focussing on the environment under the banner ‘Greening the Leather’.

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Land of opportunity

The Indian tanning industry is definitely a growth market and has the potential to become even more of a global player. Can it unlock its full potential and sort out its poor infrastructure and environmental record? Martin Ricker reports

Article first published in ILM March-April 2015 edition.

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IILF Delhi and IIFF reschedule dates

The ITPO (India Trade Promotion Organisation), the organisers of IILF (India International Leather Fair) Delhi and IIFF (India International Footwear Fair), have announced that both events have been postponed and will now be taking place on August 7-9, 2015. Originally, they were scheduled to take place July 3-5, 2015.

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30th IILF concludes in Chennai

The 30th edition of the India International Leather Fair (IILF) drew to a close on February 3 with as much discussion taking place about what was going on outside in the tanning industry as much as business inside the fair following two major environmental incidents in the same week.

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